There has been a significant shift to remote work with many employees in the US looking for greater work-life balance following the Covid-19 pandemic. In relation to this, there are several challenges to managing remote employees and ensuring organizational goals get met each quarter. Managers have a great need to address people, structure, processes, and […]
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Billions of dollars are spent each year by Alabama state and local governments on purchasing commodities as well as contractual or professional services. The current trend toward privatization and outsourcing has led to an increased level of procurement activity. The laws surrounding local and state procurements can be diverse and complex. In some cases, there […]
A disregarded entity is used by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for a specific set of single-member limited liability companies (LLCs) that don’t enjoy the benefits of being taxed as an entity separate from the owner. This taxation term is usually applied to an LLC with only one owner. The IRS essentially ignores or “disregards” […]
An easement refers to an interest owned by a non-owner in a real estate property. These are fairly common in Alabama and may exist without the property owner being aware of them. However, if one exists, it needs to be conveyed by a contract or deed. A seasoned real estate attorney can help you uncover […]
A commercial lease obligates both the landlord and tenant to abide by the terms and conditions put forth in the agreement for a set period of time, usually a year. Breaking the lease refers to leaving a fixed-term lease without paying the remainder of the rent due. There are a number of potential legal repercussions […]
Classifying workers as independent contractors or employees is a complex exercise with the rules changing ever so often. In the recent past, the IRS has labeled nine clarifying factors while the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) eliminated three factors to make clear the definition of an independent contractor. As an employer, it can be difficult […]
Alabama’s local economy depends to a large extent on its dynamic and fluid workforce. With the growing shortages of labor, the competition for top talent has become fierce. Proven high-performance employees are getting a lot of attractive offers from different competitors. This gives rise to a critical question of our times – is employee poaching […]
A one-size-fits-all or a cookie-cutter approach does not work when it comes to commercial leases. The difference between a net lease and a gross lease can make all the difference to your establishment and business. In this article, we will outline the differences between a gross lease and a net lease so that you can […]
It’s not entirely uncommon to find out that someone else has a legal claim to your property in Alabama. It can be stressful and frustrating to know that you don’t have a legal claim to your property, especially when you are hoping to sell it or make alterations or additions to the property. An experienced […]
Backdating a contract is the practice of marking an agreement or contract with a date that is prior to the actual date. Backdating contractual documents is a complex issue that needs to be navigated in a delicate manner in order to stay on the right side of the law. In general, you should try and […]
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